$10,409,171 | Gregory Case, chief executive and president of Aon Corp.

<B>Salary:</B> $1,500,000
<B>Bonus:</B> $0
<B>Stock awards:</B> $5,737,928
<B>Options awards:</B> $1,139,885
<B>Non-equity incentive pay:</B> $1,950,000
<B>Other pay:</B> $81,358
<B>Perks included in other pay:</B> Legal fees to negotiate employment contract ($25,000), contributions to <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCRP001031" title="Aon PLC" href="/topic/business/aon-plc-ORCRP001031.topic">Aon</a> savings plan ($22,350), dividend equivalents ($26,412) and executive physical ($7,576).<br>
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<B>How the company did in 2009:</B> Aon reported net income fell 49 percent to $747 million. Revenues were nearly flat at $7.6 billion.  Aon's stock dropped in value by 14 percent during the year closing at $38.34.<br>
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<I>Photo: Greg Case. (Wes Pope/Chicago Tribune)</I>
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Salary: $1,500,000 Bonus: $0 Stock awards: $5,737,928 Options awards: $1,139,885 Non-equity incentive pay: $1,950,000 Other pay: $81,358 Perks included in other pay: Legal fees to negotiate employment contract ($25,000), contributions to Aon savings plan ($22,350), dividend equivalents ($26,412) and executive physical ($7,576).

How the company did in 2009: Aon reported net income fell 49 percent to $747 million. Revenues were nearly flat at $7.6 billion. Aon's stock dropped in value by 14 percent during the year closing at $38.34.

Photo: Greg Case. (Wes Pope/Chicago Tribune)

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